National Initiatives Impacting Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) in the United Kingdom

eHealth Action Plan to Increase HCIT Market Maturity

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UK Healthcare delivery is being restructured to improve cohesion between secondary and primary care segments and healthcare professionals and patients; HCIT solutions have a key role in this transition. Furthermore, failure of many large investment initiatives has paved way for the UK eHealth strategy and eHealth action plan 2011-2017. This study discusses HCIT strategies in the UK primary and secondary care sectors, market adoption of HCIT, focus areas, and type of contracts. It focuses on the roles of government, NHS, and regional healthcare and regulatory authorities. The study also documents key pilot and commercial HCIT projects and vendor opportunities. The report analyses HCIT in Wales, England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

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National Initiatives Impacting Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) in the United KingdomExecutive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveExecutive Summary—3 Big PredictionsHealthcare Market Overview—United KingdomKey Healthcare StatisticsDemographic ProfileUK Healthcare Delivery Structure—EnglandUK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)Structure of UK Healthcare Delivery—Northern IrelandStructure of UK Healthcare Delivery—ScotlandStructure of UK Healthcare Delivery—WalesFinancing of UK Healthcare Delivery—Fund FlowHealthcare Authorities—Regulation and MonitoringHealthcare Authorities—Regulation and Monitoring (continued)Healthcare IT Market Overview—United KingdomHealthcare IT Market SummaryAdoption of Healthcare ITForce Field Analysis of Market Drivers and RestraintsKey Healthcare IT Initiatives—United KingdomKey Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—TimelineKey Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—1970s to 2011Key Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—Way ForwardKey Healthcare IT Initiatives—EnglandeHealth Action Plan—EnglandeHealth Action Plan—England (continued)Key Healthcare IT Initiatives—ScotlandeHealth Action Plan—ScotlandeHealth Action Plan—Scotland (continued)Key Healthcare IT Initiatives—WaleseHealth Action Plan—WaleseHealth Action Plan—Wales (continued)Key Healthcare IT Initiatives—North IrelandeHealth Action Plan—North IrelandeHealth Action Plan—North Ireland (continued)Key Healthcare IT Pilot Projects—United KingdomKey Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Telehealth and TelecareKey Healthcare IT Pilot Project—eHealth and Primary CareKey Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Healthcare Information Exchange (HIE)Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Chronic Disease Management and Assisted LivingKey Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Remote Specialist ServicesThe Last WordExecutive Summary—3 Big PredictionsThe Last Word—DiscussionLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of Acronyms UsedList of Acronyms Used (continued)Additional Sources of Information on UK HealthcareThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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